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authorMiikka Heikkinen <miikka.heikkinen@digia.com>2013-12-20 11:50:52 +0200
committerMiikka Heikkinen <miikka.heikkinen@digia.com>2013-12-20 11:56:37 +0200
commit68cb5bf802c3e4b08a7482932be005a44d9f0a13 (patch)
treeddbf4c62fd978311f7b96f056854f7054d75ea87
parentc32f52c8a00292d91ada5b8cf05b6edc6713ead2 (diff)
Add mention about opaque qml elements hiding graphs to readme
Change-Id: I2bf7567166b990ab1dd6acd726e53b5480015c17 Reviewed-by: Mika Salmela <mika.salmela@digia.com>
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@@ -73,6 +73,12 @@ Please refer to the generated documentation for more information:
Known Issues
============
+- All other QML elements are drawn on top of the Qt DataVisualization graphs,
+ including the parent elements of the graphs. To ensure the graphs are not
+ hidden, make sure you don't draw anything opaque on top of the graphs.
+ For example, Qt Creator application wizard for Qt Quick 2 applications
+ creates by default an opaque white Rectangle element as the main element,
+ which covers any graph added to it.
- Using multiple graphs in one application crashes on application shutdown
unless the last graph to have active context is deleted last.
- Android doesn't support both widgets and OpenGL simultaneously, so only